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Dr Susan Hoebee Lecturer, Ecology, Environment & Evolution

In order to build a better understanding of how plant populations change over time and how increasing degrees of population fragmentation can affect the long-term survival of species, my research group investigates various aspects of plant reproduction, population genetics and evolution. We use a variety of techniques including traditional field-based ecological approaches and morphological investigations of floral characters associated with differing pollinating guilds, as well as single gene studies associated with mate choice and massively parallel, next-generation sequencing. Our research typically focusses on issues of native species conservation and weed biology.

National collaborators include researchers based at CSIRO, DEWLP Victoria, The University of Melbourne, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, Royal Botanic Garden and Domains Trust Sydney, The University of Western Sydney, and The University of New England.

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